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February 2011 cover of ARTnews
|Frequency||Published 11 times a year|
|Founder||James Clarence Hyde|
|Based in||New York|
ARTnews covers art from ancient to Post-modernism times. It includes news dispatches from correspondents, investigative reports, reviews of exhibitions, and profiles of artists and collectors.
ARTnews editor and publisher is Milton Esterow, a former New York Times reporter and assistant to the cultural news editor. ARTnews critics and correspondents include Arthur Danto, Linda Yablonsky, Barbara Pollock, Hilarie Sheets, Robert Storr, Doug McClemont and Glenn D. Lowry.
ARTnews has won 43 awards in the last three decades, including the George Polk Award, the National Magazine Award for General Excellence, the National Headliner Award, and the National Arts Club Distinguished Citation for Merit. ARTnews has been quoted on occasion by other media.
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